England v New Zealand Final day
Coverage up to the lunch interval from Headingley.
Introduced by PETER WEST
Commentary team RICHIE BENAUD JIM LAKER , TED DEXTER
Television presentation by DAVID KENNING and JOHN SHREWSBURY
Lucy and Robert see a babycalf and all the other cows on the farm.
Story told by Keith Barron
Weatherman BERT FOORD
Further coverage of the last day's play at Headingley
A programme for children under 5
with John Grant
Littlenose the Hunter by JOHN GRANT
Today: The Learner Hunter
No matter how far they may travel, Josie and her group encounter incredible adventures at every step on their way.
Film Competition 1973
Presented by John Craven The judges:
Tony Rose , Editor of Moviemaker Monica Sims , Head of Children's Programmes, BBC Television
Jeffery Boswall, wildlife film-maker
This is the fourth year of the young film directors' competition. Last week we saw the winning films in the animation and documentary sections. Today's programme shows the best films entered in the drama section, and the judges select the winners.
Producer DAVID TURNBULL (from Bristol)
with Richard Baker and Weather
Look North, South Today
Look East, Midlands Today Points West and Spotlight South West bringing you news and views in your region tonight
(including Regional Weather) Presented by MICHAEL BARRATT FRANK BOUGH and BOB WELLINGS
(Regional details as Monday)
Starring Dirk Bogarde
with Denholm Elliott, Akim Tamiroff
During World War II a small raiding force of the Special Boat Service, under the command of Lieut Graham, is detailed to make a landing on the Nazi-occupied island of Rhodes. Their mission: the destruction of two airfields from which bombers are destroying Allied lines of communication in Africa. From the start, the party - six Britons and four Greeks - faces overwhelming odds and Graham begins to consider abandoning the whole hazardous venture.
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Actor's trade-mark: page 4
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Another chance to see the best of this comedy series
A question of deep-rooted loyalties and prejudices - Liverpool or Everton.
Script JACK SEDDON , DAVID PURSALL Design PETER BRACHACKI
Producer DOUGLAS ARGENT
with Richard Baker and Kenneth Kendall ; Weather
The Birth of his New Racing Car Narrated by Graham Hill
' You win races by taking as few chances as possible - it's a calculated risk and you have to calculate on your car's performance and your own performance ' - GRAHAM HILL should know, twice World Champion, the oldest (at 44) Grand Prix driver still racing, with more Grands Prix under his belt than any other driver - ever. Next Saturday Graham Hill will race in his 153rd Grand Prixthe British Grand Prix at Silver-stone. He will be racing for the first time in this country his new car Shadow, described by Graham as ' a mobile fuel tank on wheels, divided into three compartments, two for fuel and one for me in the middle.'
This documentary is a personal record of weeks of intensive effort by Graham and his mechanics.
To build it he had to find the money - it can cost up to £100,000 to run one racing car for one Grand Prix season. ' It was a hell of a financial gamble; I had to turn myself into a businessman literally overnight.'
Film editor ROGER GCERTIN Producer RAMSAY SHORT
Michael Caine on acting with Laurence Olivier : It's rather like skating with Sonja Henie - the fact that you can do it isn'necessarily going to get you anywhere. Barry Norman talks to MICHAEL CAINE about his career and his latest film Sleuth.
Producer PATRICIA INGRAM
Introduced by Nicholas Harman including Phone-in Viewers put their questions to people in the studio. The subject will be announced in the course of the evening.
The number to call: [number removed](40 lines) after 9.0 tonight. Editor PETER PAGNAMENTA